Everything at the corner of Dave Lyle Boulevard and East White Street is for sale today - except the red caboose.
For sale are former police cars, the official markings faintly visible underneath a quick coat of spray paint.
Some cruisers bear the damage of hard use with crushed sheet metal and missing motors. Brambles poke out of engine compartments.
For sale are vehicles that were in use by Rock Hill employees as recently as Tuesday. They run, the oil has been changed and the tires have good tread.
For sale on the former Good Kia lot are a variety of commercial vehicles - bucket trucks, trailers and track loaders. Just about everything you need to start a composting business is for sale.
A Harley-Davidson motorcycle seized by police is for sale, as well as a Suzuki Boulevard C50 bike with a tricycle adaptor. The Suzuki has 1 mile on it.
There are retired ambulances, a van used to transport inmates, an electric car used by the city, a mobile home and a pop-up camper.
And it's not only cars for sale.
Need a complete set of lights for a commercial airport? Get it here. They once lit the runway and taxiways of the Rock Hill-York County Airport.
The list goes on.
Also for sale are old traffic lights, tools, trimmers - even a trash truck.
It's Rock Hill's annual surplus vehicle and equipment auction. Everything will be sold, with prices expected to range from $1 to $50,000 - the price dependent on the item for sale, its condition and the willingness of the buyer.
Payment is by cash or credit card, no checks. There is no fee to sign up for the auction being conducted by Classic Auctions of Locust, N.C.
The auction starts at 10 a.m.
It is at least the 18th year the city has held the auction, said Marty Burr, the city's performance manager. Eighteen years, he said, because that's how long he has been doing it.
Over the years, the inventory of items for sale has grown as other municipalities have joined the sale.
This year's event has items from Chester County, the Chester County Sheriff's Office, the York County Drug Enforcement unit, the city of York, Fort Mill, Tega Cay and Rock Hill.
The city could get as much as $500,000 for the items it has for sale, Burr said. Proceeds go to the locality that brought the items.
"It's an absolute auction," he said. "Everything will be sold. Hold up your hands till it hurts."